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A Sad PHP Poem
June 26, 2006 @ 11:58:35

Never let it be said that geeks aren't without a sense of humor - even the saddest moments seem somewhat happer when expressed through code.

A sad poem of an algorithm where solitude brought excessive use of cpu cycles and memory allocation for redundant data (it copied over and over again the same image till all memory was filled with it)

This definitely belongs in the "random PHP-related things" area, but it's still a fun little read. Check it out - just try to not get too despondent.

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